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VOYA’s Nonfiction Honor List 2013

A promising selection of books for eager and reluctant readers, VOYA‘s 2013 Nonfiction Honor List showcases data-filled works about nature, socializing, and history. Intriguing titles promote dipping into elegantly illustrated compendia and perusing the accomplishments and heroism of famous people... (Continue reading)

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VOYA’s Nonfiction Honor List 2012

Inspirational stories from history, fashion, justice and injustice, self-help, the natural world, and money are topics in the 2012 Nonfiction Honor List. These books were selected after significant input from middle grade students and teachers. Some will appeal to a... (Continue reading)

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Top Shelf Fiction for Middle School Readers 2013

Life starts to change in middle school and—whether by choice or perforce—students’ minds, abilities, and worlds open up with opportunity and possibility. How youth and their loved ones cope with these new roles and experiences has always provided rich fodder... (Continue reading)

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VOYA’s Perfect Tens 2013

With over 1,100 reviews in VOYA in 2013, our reviewers awarded only twenty-seven titles (2.4 percent) the Perfect Ten: A 5Q for quality (hard to imagine it better written) and a 5P for popularity (every young adult who reads was... (Continue reading)

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Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror 2013

VOYA presents the annual compilation of science fiction, fantasy, and horror books for teens that our reviewers have given top ratings. All titles have been awarded a 5Q for quality or 5P for popularity. This is a great list for... (Continue reading)

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Can the Summer Reading List Be Saved?

Can the Summer Reading List Be Saved? An Annotated Booklist Erin Lavery and Terry Ain June 2012 [Editor’s Note: The following summer reading list is an addition to Can the Summer Reading List Be Saved? Five Tips to Create a... (Continue reading)

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About Our Booklists

VOYA features at least one annotated booklist for teen readers in every issue—sometimes more. Any booklist may be reproduced without permission as long as VOYA is cited as the source. If you are looking for the designed pdf versions of... (Continue reading)

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